“Money” is Benedictsson's first novel, published in 1885. It's a book that questions the loveless marriages of the 1900th century, but also a story about forming your own identity and the will to create your own way of life, regardless of the expectations of others.
Tomas Tranströmer is the 2011 Nobel Prize laureate in Literature. This books contains his collected work from his debut in 1954 with "17 Poems" to his most recent publications.
On a freezing day in January, a body is found in the snow in the small village of Hesjövallen in northern Sweden and the police are called for investigation.
The fourth book in the Fjällbacka series is a psychological thriller.
When Torgny Lindgren wrote The Way of a Serpent, he first did not dare taking it to his publisher. For the first time ever, he had written in his childhood accent and he didn't think anyone would like to read his story about evil and the abuse of power in 19th century Sweden.
Part one in the Wolfskin Trilogy. In the break between winter and spring of 1916, a young midwife arrives to the village of Blackwater in northern Sweden.
A beautiful story about sons and their mothers.
Condemned to serve twenty years in the Holy Land.
Paranoia, occultism and artistry together in the company of Strindberg in Paris.
“The Story of Gösta Berling”, written in 1891, is not only Selma Lagerlöf’s first novel, but also one of her most known and read. Set in the countryside of Sweden, with which Lagerlöf was so familiar, it is a story whose main character is hard to fully sympathize with.